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Tolman (HS) • RI
5' 10" • 145LBS
R/R • 23yr 2mo
2019 National

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5-foot-9, 130-pound, lean, lengthy, athletic frame. The arms are long, back is wider, has room for future added weight. A two way player, projects more as pitcher down the road. The delivery is simple and on time. The hands start at waist and work up with his controlled smooth high leg kick, gets to a good gather, stays over the rubber and glides out to release and extension. The arm is clean and works out of a natural ¾ slot. The front side is strong and stays in line with target, repeats the delivery with ease. The back side lower half could be more engaged, could follow through with it more, may help with velocity. The fastball was located to both sides of the plate, with late action to the 2-seamer, clocked at 75 mph, has more in there. The change up was his top pitch, major feel for it, run and sink to it, comes out of the hand looking like a fastball, clocked at 68-71 mph. The breaking ball was at 64 mph, could be thrown harder, proper spin and tilt to it. Times to the plate could be quicker at 1.69. At the plate, stance is slightly open with a high hand setup. The swing is down to level, stays behind the baseball looking to spray it to all fields. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 71 mph. Defensively, showed solid actions, feet and hands worked together, looks to be able to cover ground moving in both directions. The backhand play was made with ease. The arm was clocked at 70 mph, has a smooth clean arm, with carry to it. Looking to prep a year, definite follow off the mound, ability to throw tons of strikes, arm is super clean, velocity should come at some point.

40-Yard Dash: 4.28

Exit Velocity: 71 MPH

Arm Velocity: 70 MPH


5-foot-7, 120-pound, thin, wiry athletic frame. The neck is long, shoulders are squared off, has plenty of room to fill out and put added weight on. A right-handed pitcher, pounded the zoe with all three pitches, a strike thrower. The delivery is super smooth, with good rhythm and tempo to it.  The hands start at the waist and raise up with his smooth athletic leg raise. The separation is clean, breaks evenly, right down the center of the body, front arm is strong and stays in line. The arm action has average length to it, works out of a ¾ to high ¾ slot. The head has some lean to it on release could keep it inline on release. The fastball was clocked at 71-72 mph, with action to the arm side. The breaking ball was clocked at 61-63 mph, showed to have big top to bottom break, was thrown for strikes. The changeup was clocked at 68-69 mph, with proper fade to it. Times to the plate were at 1.72, could be quicker. The backside back leg, could explode more on release, should help with velocity. Strength is a must, velocity will climb with such clean arm action.


5-foot-7, 115-pound, small thin athletic frame, has plenty of room to fill out. Currently two way player, a right-handed pitcher who has a smooth repeatable delivery, pounded the zone with strikes. The hands start at mid chest and work up to brim of cap with his high leg raise, has some coil at the top. The separation is on time, stays closed, lands inline and front glove is strong. The fastball was clocked at  66-72 mph. The breaking ball was clocked at 55-56 mph, has the correct shape and tilt to it. The changeup showed armside run to it, clocked at 64-65 mph. Times to the plate were 1.6-1.8. Offensively, hits from the right side, the stance is slightly open, wider than shoulder width, the hands set just above the shoulder, back elbow extends out just so slightly. The load is big, gets hands and weight back, the lower half is under control, gains ground with the stride. The swing path is level to up, finishes the swing with two hands, could stay through it a little longer. The approach is middle to pull. Defensively, plays up the middle, works from the ground up, fields the ball out. The transfer is clean, arm action is short, clocked at 67 mph across the diamond, has more in the arm, moved well to the backhand side. Strength is a must, will help in the development.

Home - First: 4.38

Exit Velocity: 61 mph

Arm Velocity: 67 mph

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